A string of coincidences
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India, Oct. 15 -- The moon shines brightly. As brightly as only a full one can. The air, the monuments and the stones lying around are laden with stories of people who passed by them. And the ruins are willing to whisper these in the ears of anyone who is willing to listen. The area is said to be rife with Jinns. And then there is the mausoleum a stone's throw away, built unlike the one it inspired, by a queen for her beloved king. Across the road lies Amir Khusrau who wove an intricate and vivid web with his poetry that more than 700 years down the line continues to cast its mesmerising spell. Sunder Nursery, Delhi''s newest recovered monument, is just the appropriate setting to narrate qissa , kahani and gapp , says the original rocksta...
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